Minnesota vs Georgia Tech

Minnesota vs Georgia Tech : Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson will coach his final game with the Yellow Jackets Wednesday afternoon against Minnesota and second-year coach P.J. Fleck. With Geoff Collins stepping in for Johnson, this will be the final game of the pure triple option — which will be a challenge for a Gophers defense that hasn’t exactly had success stopping the run in 2018.

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Will the extra time to prepare help Fleck’s crew, or will Johnson go out as a winner? Let’s preview and pick the game between the Yellow Jackets and theGeorgia Tech coach Paul Johnson will coach his final game with the Yellow Jackets Wednesday afternoon against Minnesota and second-year coach P.J. Fleck. With Geoff Collins stepping in for Johnson, this will be the final game of the pure triple option — which will be a challenge for a Gophers defense that hasn’t exactly had success stopping the run in 2018.

Will the extra time to prepare help Fleck’s crew, or will Johnson go out as a winner? Let’s preview and pick the game between the Yellow Jackets and the Gophers.A pair of mediocre power-conference programs with contrasting motivating factors clash in the Quick Lane Bowl in Detroit on Wednesday.Minnesota, who used a victory over rival Wisconsin to become bowl-eligible, faces off against a Georgia Tech side sending off retiring head coach Paul Johnson.

The Yellow Jackets are well-versed in their system and have a quartet of options they can trust with the ball in their hands.It all starts with quarterback TaQuon Marshall, who is the leading rusher on the team, and he’s joined by Tobias Oliver, Jordan Mason and Jerry Howard in the four-pronged attack.

Marshall has four 100-yard rushing games, with the most recent coming against Virginia in the penultimate regular-season contest.Georgia Tech should experience a decent amount of success on the ground, as it faces a Minnesota rushing defense that ranks 71st in the FBS.

While the Yellow Jackets are known for their run-first approach, they’re capable of attempting a few passes, with Marshall and Oliver both able to advance the ball down the field through the air.